On the heels of a successful promo tour in Puerto Rico, Pablo López releases his debut album "ONCE HISTORIAS Y UN PIANO" in the United States and Puerto Rico.
Pablo López continues to work simultaneously on several projects in both Spain and the U.S. This week the artist, musician, composer and lyricist from Malaga, Spain traveled state side to present his album "ONCE HISTORIAS Y UN PIANO". An intense journey that started with a live performance at a major music festival over the 4th of July weekend and led him on a media tour of the island, visiting key media outlets and ended with an intimate showcase with the islands VIP. This is the first of many visits scheduled in the following months in the American market.
“ONCE HISTORIAS Y UN PIANO” was released several months ago in Latin America and the U.S. launch completes the territory in which Pablo López feels recognized, beloved and sought. His first album has earned Pablo López many accolades in his native Spain as well as in the international music community. With this album, he was nominated for a Latin Grammy 2014 for best new artist, he achieved a Gold Record in Spain, and has earned many best New Artist awards by all media groups as well as completed a tour with over 120 shows. Pablo López has worked with national and international super stars like Jaime Cullum, Tiziano Ferro, David Bisbal, Malu, Bustamante, Dani Martin and recently confirmed a performance with Juanes, at the Universal Music Festival to be held in the Teatro Real in Madrid, Spain on July 24th.
In the coming weeks Pablo López will be back to work in Spain to present what will be his second album. He recently released a single off this album, "EL MUNDO", in Spain and the track has been No. 1 in digital sales and the video has surpassed 1.2 million views. The video for “EL MUNDO” was shot in Malta in collaboration with the Malta Tourism Office. This new album will be released in the coming weeks in Spain and will be the prelude to a tour that will start this fall in major Spanish cities while he continues to promote his first album in the Americas.
Courtesy: Universal Latin Music